Journey to a Bestseller: Cutting your Novel Down to Size (Series #45)

Hi everyone. Have you written your first draft, finally gotten it complete, only to realize you have 200,000 words? You are not alone. There are many reasons to "cut" or "trim" your writing. It makes things clearer, stronger, more concise, and streamlines the information that the reader needs to know. And of course, word counts--everyone … Continue reading Journey to a Bestseller: Cutting your Novel Down to Size (Series #45)

Journey to a Bestseller: Quotes, Italics, Semicolons and Clauses (Series #43)

Good sunday everyone! To be honest, I didn't have a subject for today's post. I was trying to think of writing advice I could give you. So far I've talked about world-building, plot points, researching, high concept ideas, connecting with unlikeable characters, breaking up info dumps, writing for your market, writing that agents want, en … Continue reading Journey to a Bestseller: Quotes, Italics, Semicolons and Clauses (Series #43)